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    And the Google translation is:

    General Chairman of Indonesian Badminton Association (PBS) Djoko Santoso was just stating there is no problem of communication in the body of the organization.

    Although in the last month have the two coaches have resigned, namely Marleve Mainaky and Sarwendah.

    "I always come, no problem. But, the PBSI out of other motives," said Djoko Badminton League after opening Journalist (LBW) in GOR Badminton Senayan, Jakarta, Kamis (17 / 3).

    Related pullback Sarwendah, Djoko admitted trying to stop it. Currently, Djoko is sending Vice Chairman of the I Sabar Yudo to deepen its case.

    "Already I have received (the resignation Sarwendah). We certainly do not want him to resign. Pak Sabar was to deepen the problem. If you have any dialogue with Pak Sabar, we will decide," said Djoko.

    Asked about the case is related to the assignment to train Navy officers in Seskoal, Djoko express request is communicated orally. To inform the public about the purpose of badminton is among the military.

    "We hope the officers that after education and the office, can be socialized and develop sport of badminton in the unit and its surroundings," he said.

    Djoko admitted when the assignment given to Sarwendah no rejection. And when a rejection should be tried first before deciding to stop and talk to the media.

    "It is time that (application) verbally, but if there are objections should talk. But they really respond to resign," he said.

    Train the officers, said Djoko, only two or three times only, such as honor and properly.

    "When the task there (Seskoal), there is no need to PBSI. This is an honor and we value the most fitting for him to train there," he said.

    However, Djoko state PBSI still open the door when Sarwendah want to go back.

    It is said, one way to improve the erosion performance of PBSI is to bring some of its members. As medical personnel from China, a foreign coach, psikolok services and nutrition experts. While the problem still continues to push regenerasasi.

    "First we try to close ranks, take a coach from outside, medical personnel from China, we took a nutritionist and a member of Salatiga motivation. We fix the dining room, build a swimming pool, as the responses of all the criticism," he said.

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    Well, no good outcome from back-to-back bdm tourney in Europe. Even INA shuttlers failed to secure final spot at Basel, a GP Gold level without CHN squad attendance and some MAS, DEN top-names participation, this is sad reality

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Well, no good outcome from back-to-back bdm tourney in Europe. Even INA shuttlers failed to secure final spot at Basel, a GP Gold level without CHN squad attendance and some MAS, DEN top-names participation, this is sad reality
    well base on facts
    I couldn't agree more
    sad but true

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    Shuttlers’ Slump a Concern Ahead of SEA Games

    Ami Afriatni | March 21, 2011

    The way Indonesia’s shuttlers have been playing lately, even a podium finish at this year’s Southeast Asian Games is far from a sure thing, one of the country’s great players said on Monday.

    Rudy Hartono, an eight-time All-England champion, said his countrymen’s slump was a concern as Indonesia prepared to host the SEA Games on Nov. 11-20.

    “After seeing Indonesia’s performance in international tournaments lately, it will be hard for them to even win a medal in the SEA Games,” Rudy told state-run news agency Antara.

    “Shuttlers from Malaysia and Thailand have been improving, and I think they can topple our dominance in the region.”

    As the first quarter of the year comes to a close, Indonesia has yet to figure prominently on the international badminton circuit.
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    when the malaysia fans is talking about self destruct
    it was surprising that ina press say we are improving
    however,player like lcw and koo/tan will not participate in sea games

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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    when the malaysia fans is talking about self destruct
    it was surprising that ina press say we are improving
    however,player like lcw and koo/tan will not participate in sea games
    It's Rudy Hartono said that .
    However, I think he was referring to LCW outstanding achievement so far is good enough to cover the rest
    Last edited by naistav; 03-22-2011 at 10:33 PM.

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    Editorial: Bad badminton years

    The Jakarta Post | Wed, 03/23/2011 8:47 PM | Editorial

    Badminton is one of the most popular sports in Indonesia, along with soccer, that the country has been struggling to excel in after the glorious era of the past. But, our team’s poor performance in the Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold 2011 last week and the prestigious All England competition the previous week has cast doubt on whether badminton remains as popular as it used to be.

    The fact that fewer Indonesian singles and doubles players rank among the top five in the world rankings than in previous years is evidence of the decline. It is a worrying trend as the country of 235 million people has never fallen short of talents and competitions to scout for the best among the best.

    Not just in individual tournaments but also in team events titles have eluded Indonesia for quite a long time. Indonesia last won the Thomas Cup men’s team championship in 2002 and its Uber Cup women’s equivalent in 1996.
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    Finally we hear some concerns from high above. Am I fair to say that we now expect news on the actions taken to improve results (obviously apart from hiring Li Mai)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Finally we hear some concerns from high above. Am I fair to say that we now expect news on the actions taken to improve results (obviously apart from hiring Li Mai)
    if we want to see result as soon as possible
    then the only way to do it is by importing players instead of coaches
    players such as Lee Chong for MS and Mathias Boe / Carsten Mogensen for MD
    and also my favorite Wang Shi Xian for WS
    hahaha LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    if we want to see result as soon as possible
    then the only way to do it is by importing players instead of coaches
    players such as Lee Chong for MS and Mathias Boe / Carsten Mogensen for MD
    and also my favorite Wang Shi Xian for WS
    hahaha LOL
    First you need to find INA ladies (or Gen if you want to get WSX) to marry them, then they can have INA citizenship. Otherwise, in you dream !!!

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    and simon santoso is world rank #9 now
    such a fast ranking move...
    can he go to top 5 end of this year???a very huge chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    First you need to find INA ladies (or Gen if you want to get WSX) to marry them, then they can have INA citizenship. Otherwise, in you dream !!!
    yes in my dream i'm still young and single
    and i marry WSX
    and then she come to Jakarta to play WS
    but then I woke up ... damn !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    yes in my dream i'm still young and single
    and i marry WSX
    and then she come to Jakarta to play WS
    but then I woke up ... damn !
    Okay, I'll take Wang Lin then *keep dreaming* lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    yes in my dream i'm still young and single
    and i marry WSX
    and then she come to Jakarta to play WS
    but then I woke up ... damn !
    I'm young and single, so the following has to be done:

    1) give me Indonesian citizenship
    2) I'll marry WSX
    3) she will play for INA
    4) ???
    5) Profit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLLuX View Post
    Okay, I'll take Wang Lin then *keep dreaming* lol
    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    I'm young and single, so the following has to be done:

    1) give me Indonesian citizenship
    2) I'll marry WSX
    3) she will play for INA
    4) ???
    5) Profit!
    hahaha LOL
    keep dreaming guys ...
    it's free to dream hahaha

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    Mr. Djen jen, one of PBSI's official had passed away yesterday due to heart attack while playing tennis

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Mr. Djen jen, one of PBSI's official had passed away yesterday due to heart attack while playing tennis
    Sorry to hear that. Requiescat in pace.

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